The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart announced on air that his last day will be August 6. “I will be wearing a suit. I will more than likely be showered,” promised Stewart, who has hosted the Comedy Central late-nighter since 1999 and announced in February that he’s stepping down. The show will go on hiatus until his replacement, South African comedian Trevor Noah, debuts in the fall.

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